Country:Luxembourg
Year:1996
Policy status:Superseded
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:1996
Policy Type:Policy Support
Policy Target:Wind, Multiple RE Sources>CHP
Policy Sector:Electricity, Heating and Cooling
Agency:Ministry of Environment
URL:http://www.legilux.public.lu/leg/a/archives/1996/0067/1996A20201.html
Legal References:Règlement grand-ducal au Memorial A-No 67 18 Septembre 1996
Description:

The aim of the PEEC program was to launch initiatives and measures adopted by the municipalities to promote the rational use of energy and renewables.

The Energy Agency:

  • Consulted with municipalities to help them to benefit from PEEC at the stage of planning projects;
  • Motivated municipalities in their energy strategies;
  • Supported pre-feasibility studies;
  • Provided information on available financial support, licensing and tariffs.

The programme funding was:

  • Wind: 6 000 LUF per kWe with a maximum of LUF 6 million per project. The minimum capacity is 50 kW.
  • CHP: 6 000 LUF per kWe with a maximum of LUF 6 million per installation. The minimum load factor is 2 500 hours/year and the minimum efficiency standard is 80%. Heat should be delivered to third parties.

PEEC ended in 2001 but the targets and financial support have since been taken over by the Ministry for Environment and renamed the Fund for the Protection of the Environment.

This record is superseded by:Fund for the Protection of the Environment (FPE)

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